from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of extreme southeast Texas on Sabine Lake near the Louisiana border. It is a major deep-water port connected by channel with the Gulf of Mexico. Population: 55,700.
- See Lüshun.
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- n. a battle in the Chino-Japanese War (1894); Japanese captured the port and fortifications from the Chinese
- n. a major port city in northeastern China on the Liaodong Peninsula; now a part of Luda
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And there's a lot of concern about that here in Beaumont in Port Arthur, which is 15 miles to the east of here.
KING: And I can tell you just -- based on what John Zarrella was just saying, we're back in Port Arthur, which is a little bit to the north of Sabine Pass, about 18 miles.
There's concern there could be up to 20 feet of water in Port Arthur, which is 15 miles east of here as we said.
That's just inland from Port Arthur, which is expected to be directly in the cross hairs of this powerful hurricane -- Rob.
Rob Marciano from Beaumont, Texas, just -- just inland from Port Arthur, which is going to be the point of impact for Hurricane Rita.
Tourists are beginning to go there, as it is a convenient point to remain if one wishes to visit Port Arthur, which is a long day's excursion, leaving early in the morning and returning on an evening train.
At this junction was formerly a convict station called Port Arthur -- a place hard to escape from.
If you have any information regarding this accident you are asked to call the Port Arthur police department.
During their stay, they will also be given a taste of indigenous culture and customs, as well as visit historic sites from the country's colonial past, such as Port Arthur, in
Currently, Saudi Arabia supplies about half of total processing capacity at the Port Arthur, Texas, refinery by sending seven tankers a month.